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Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. —Hebrews 13:2
D. L. Mayfield
I picked up a button about a decade ago with a quote attributed to Dorothy Day on it: “If you have two coats, you have stolen one from the poor.” I loved this saying, loved the strength of conviction, the easy black-and-white application...
E. C. H. Arnold
As Hitler’s armies turn mainland Europe into a mass graveyard, a little group of 300 pacifist refugees – half of them babies and young children – looks for a new home. Where should the refugees try to resettle next? This is one year of their story. Read More
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